Biggest Bang Machine
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Original music played on an Alesis synthesizer mixed with recordings of Obama, stretched samples from jihadist propaganda from www.archive.org and some of my samples from Freesound.
From the hypnotic and soothing introduction to the other worldly blending of presidential holiday speeches and holy war vocal samples to the startling blunt recording of a girl calling 911 after her father had shot her and her sister and left them to die for dishonoring the family... this is a raw musical look at the oppression of women by right wing religious extremists.
2. Freedom to Protest Against Freedom of Speech
This is a musical analysis showing the irony of some protesters using their right to freedom of speech and assembly to call for the death of someone for speaking their own free speech. Made from original music and audio from protests in the UK, an interview with a wacknut and a clip of Obama that really has nothing to do with anything.... or does it?
The beginning was created with sounds of crustaceans, fish and sea mammals recorded with hydrophones as far back as the 1960's. I used lots of processing to build them into a drum kit and bass synth.
Listen to unelected people in our own government like diversity czar Mark Llloyd praising Chavez and admitting that the Fairness Doctrine is not bad enough for free speech to be destroyed and that more work needs to be done by people other than whites.
The Space Invader induced intro is actually more fish, whale and sonar sounds recorded with hydrophones over the last 40 years. Joe Biden gets down with some mangled noises and communist and socialist propaganda, civil defense films from www.archive.org, some capitalist and anti-communist propaganda, etc.
4. Social Justice
Van jones breaks down the plight of the white mass murderer then discusses environmental issues, somehow managing to interject race there as well. Diane Watson accuses a black person of being a klansman at a meeting after praising Castro and Guevera while managing to phonetically paraphrase the word "communism". Janeane Garofalo tops it off with an unchallenged tirade against anyone who opposes the current administration because suddenly it's racist to be against liberals.
5. Biggest Bang Machine
Hear and see children indoctrinated into extremist ideologies of socialism mixed with varying amounts of nationalism.
Listen to Manning, Steele and Keyes criticize Obama while Anita Dunn reminisces about Chariman Mao and Carter misunderstands or deliberately misrepresents reality on planet earth.
Obama changes his mind about a missile defense shield and Corrine Brown throws down some go gata to bring some levity to contrast the stark realism of Olbermann's white noise comment... deep shizzle.
Scream to the chills of Susan Roesgen who becomes the first journalist in history to be offended at criticism of a president, big ups to her and her accomplishment.
Take a trip through an audio visual feast of brainwashing goodness that you enjoy while dining or consuming herbal tonics. Then gasp at the nightmare twist of accusations by Cynthia Tucker that half of the opposition to her favorite candidate are racist and no one calls her on it. No mentions the amount or blocs of voters who voted strictly on racial lines in the last election.
Mark Lloyd rears his unelected head again this time to push for "fairness" in the media and how good white people need to step down and let people of color and gays assume positions of power, and once again no one calls him on it. So then he proclaims to be the scariest thing in a room full of whites because he speaks for all black people whether they like it or not.
Scream to the thrill Robert "the 3rd" Reich as he ensures that jobs will not go to skilled folks or white male construction workers.
6. Federation of Sedation
McCain fails joking about bombing Iran.
Parker Griffith thinks that American materialism is a bigger threat than radical Islam.
Carlos Watson hints that socialism is a racial slur.
Ron Paul discusses racism and collectivism.
Fidel Castro says he is not power hungry...
8. History Depleting
Ronald Reagan talks about social medicine to the funky digital noises from freeware synth's and sample players. Generous helpings of atmospheric exploration and stereophonic travel.
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